53 Pubs and Bars found in or around Westminster Cathedral

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The Windsor Castle (ex-The Cardinal)

Brewer Sam Smith's caused a bit of a stir with their refurbishment of this pub, hidden behind Westminster Cathedral. Considering that they usually do an excellent job of restoring pubs (such as with the beautiful Princess...

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0.08mi
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Duke of York

Perhaps it was our shocking experience in the nearby Elusive Camel, but this pub felt like an oasis in the desert. Sure, it's nothing special. You wouldn't take a trip to Victoria to go here, but if you find yourself in the...

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0.06mi
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Cask & Glass

The Cask & Glass is a cosy, friendly, little pub that is just far enough away from the main drag to avoid the hordes of local office workers as they wend their weary ways back to Victoria station and thence to suburbia. The...

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0.15mi
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The Colonies

The best pubs in this area all tend to be tucked away in side streets and the Colonies is no exception. It's a vibrant place that's tailor-made for the after-office jar, and consequently fills up with local workers in the early...

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0.16mi
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Bag O' Nails

Just a couple of minutes from Victoria Train station, this is another pub rebranded as part of the new Taylor Walker group in an area with no fewer than seven of them. Cornering the traffic-heavy Lower Grosvenor Place, it...

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0.17mi
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Victoria

The Victoria is a loosely royal theme pub (lots of pictures of its namesake) is larger than it looks from the outside and goes all the way through to the next street. It hasn't changed in years, which is probably because it...

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0.23mi
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The Phoenix

This has been fairly consistent for a while now and we can't say that it's likely to change as it does a lot of things right. The decor is light and airy - but not antiseptically so - and the rear patio is charming. There's...

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The Jugged Hare

Fullers started putting their Ale and Pie Houses in former banks a few years ago with some success - and this one's no exception. It's a lovely building with vaguely opulent decor and very high ceilings. The front area is...

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0.24mi
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The Old Monk

Beset by flooding problems due to its basement location and shut for a while, the Old Monk reopened a few years back in all its, er, splendour. Actually, it's not too bad - the food is hearty and there are a few well kept ales...

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0.25mi
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The Albert

This huge Victorian pub is well placed for what it does - it's what all the tourists are expecting from an English pub, so it's popular with them (and Chelsea Pensioners, apparently). But that doesn't mean it's not for the avid...

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0.26mi
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